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and luck working for the people of montana instead of on campaigning. he has earned the scorn of democrats when he voted against ex-banded background checks and the gun bill. he called the implementation of president obama's signature healthcare reform law a train wreck. before you scream who is this guy, remember he did help ride the affordable care act. leads hit to mike dennison. mike, thank you for joining us in "the war room"." >> glad to be here. >> michael: mike, tell us what is the buzz in montana about why matt baucus is actually stepping down? >> well, i think baucus, he's 71-year-old, and we're thinking a year or two ago why would this guy one to aren't again and put himself through the mill. highways been there for 40 years. why would he step down? baucus is a political animal. he is always raising money. even today it was a surprise, i don't think it's a total surprise that max wouldn't say enough is enough. let's call it quits and give people time to run for my seat if they so choose. >> michael: if that wasn't a total surprise, in light of this is is it a surprise the way he
for the most 3 pointers. gary has those stories - plus. he looks an awful lot . nate montana works out for the!!! a >>gary: warriors blazers stephen curry one three- pointer short of the single season record 2nd quarter curry hits the three-pointer to break the single season record of 269 three-pointers made by ray allen warriors led by 14 at the half oakland's damian lillard nice reverse layup to cut the warriors lead to 66-60 4th quarter/ 88-77 warriors curry hits the three from the corner he finishes with 4 threes for a record 272 in a season 15 points tonight final: 99-88 warriors saturday in denver is what we know. more than likely with the the home game would be one week from tomorrow for the playoff game. giants/brewers >> giants indoors in miller park tonight top 6th/ 3-1 brewers hunter pence bounces it up the middle for a single angel pagan and marco scutaro score 3-3 tie bottom 9th/ santiago casilla pitching 1 out the grounder to short brandon crawford throws it into the dugout for an error runners at the corners next batter intentionally walked to load the bases p
almost happened to joe montana and the other montana they were almost traded for. >>> this year alone, the reason behind this problem for the san francisco fire department, we will explain. is it wrong to by an entire outfit to match your mani-pedi? shop like a fashionista. not if you find something amazing for less than the price of it. save like a maxxinista. designer brands at t.j. prices. t.j.maxx. . >>> welcome back, dow jones industrial average up about 12 points, nasdaq and s&p 500 are up as well and we are keeping an eye on zynga, that stock is up after a disappointing quarter. >>> a shocking thing happened for the san francisco fire department. according to the chronicle, they already spend their budget for this fiscal year. they are asking the board of supervisors for another $4 million and its members were forced to work the overtime hours because they had 400 open position it positions. >>> we are told the factory owners in bangladesh are told to appear in court but they are now in hiding. rescuers are still searching frantically for survivors. the eighth story building di
almost happened to joe montana. the other famed quarterback that joe montana was traded for. >>> his old hit son has become part of the boston strong movement. how neil diamond is helping victims of the boston tragedy. . >>> good morning, a lot of fog out there, we have points cooler, mainly 50s and very low 60s. >>> the song sweet carolyn, we have heard it a lot and it may have boosted spirits after the marathon bombing. >>> the song has been a fan favorite at red sox games for more than ten years now and sales of the song sky rock kepted last week and now the singer is donating money raised from those sales to help the victims of the explosion. >>> the pro-football draft starts today and we have shown video from the draft in new york city. this year the 49ers have 13 picks more selection than any other team in the football grade. >>> 15 months after the famous catch, we are hearing joe montana could have been part of the trade. they dropped this bombshell for you 49ers fans. bill walsh report lid considered trading joe montana which would have sent john elway to san francisco. he will
montana all fired up today? we'll show you. schierho . >>> san francisco 49ers legend joe montana is tweeting mad about that two-stroke penalty assessed against tiger woods at the masters. woods received a penalty for an improper drop on yesterday's round. now, no one seemed to notice until a viewer called out the violation. quarterback joe montana jumped on 2013 and said usga is full of crap, just like replay in nfl if you don't catch it when it happens, forget it. that would be like going on and calling the super bowl and changing the game. goes on to say they are spectators, it would stay that way. it is not about tiger, but about keeping other people out of the game. the twitter handle i is @joemontana. >> he has strong feelings about it. >> he has a point. >> who is the host on saturday night live? >> oh, vince vaughn is the host. >> thank you, have a great evening. enough about the book, i want to hear about your date. well, he showed up in a van. [ women ] oh-awww. [ voices in background ] [ female announcer ] swapportunity. the opportunity to swap a higher calorie snack fo
montana's younger son hopes to make it. >> pam: please and federal agents say the bomb used up were apparently made from pressure cookers. gabe slate tech report this video that is now going by romania gas when i first saw it. it gives a credible look at the explosion from the runners can do. sports illustrated is making waves by completely changing this week's cover by 80. showing a three police officers and shot over the blast and one runner at that has fallen to the ground. one of the more popular ones was a simple act asking people to wear a shirt the facebook event title is encouraging gunners and supporters to walk from the campus to downtown boston to stay united. more than 14,000 people have committed to attend. martin richard his father built posted this total the picture has than the picture has gone tyrone facebook and twitter. gabe slate kron 4 news. >> reporter: you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't
to work out montana nate montana, the oldest son of joe montana, is scheduled to be one of the players working out for 49ers as day tomorrow. he was a backup at his dad's two other schools before attending west virginia for 2,480 yards with 19 touchdowns and seven >> pam: good night.
an 11-year-old wow the crowd. >>> and miley cyrus is hannah montana, now meet the girl who -- >> apparently doesn't know that. ♪ >>> i got to say, not the brightest move to try to pull on the streets when you're surrounded by motorcycles. this is an apparently an organized ride in myrtle beach, south carolina. there's 400 plus bikers out there. organized, sanctioned, believed to be police escorts out there with them. look at what this person in a volvo tries to do. tries to pass a number of these guys on the shoulder. it's not an off-road vehicle, it's a sedan. you're driving over rumble strips and also the grass. watch what happens. >> oh! >> oh! >> gets completely out of control, comes screaming across both lanes of traffic there. doesn't hit any of the bikers it looks like, but ends up down in the ditch, in the grass. doesn't hit any of the bikers but could have wiped out a bunch of them. the driver put lives at risk because of impatience. >> maybe the driver was annoyed because they had to drive slower, who knows. that's as bad as it gets. >> the one biker in front of
montana, and it was a little bit wintry when i left but it's nice to be here for this beautiful southern california day, as usual. joined here today by three writers who come to us originally from as far away as and no from as far aim detroit. away as new york on one side and santa barbara on the other side of the continent they bring us story that overlap in some interesting ways that will be fun to explore here. particularly on the idea of exploration and expanding boundaries, including the boundaries of the sea, the rockie mountains and even you're own backyard. and as we'll see there's consequences for this very human pursuit. some intended and maybe some not so much. and what i found interesting going through the biographies of these three individuals is they all three reported from all parts of the globe, working at field archaeologists, war correspondents and voices for the environment. so they bring much broader perspective to these topics than you might at first expect. so, again, thick we're in for an interesting discussion. we'll follow a pretty straightforward format. i asked
, he comes from montana. a state that barama lost by double digits as one of seven states that has a democrat in the senate right now that they have to defend next year. and all of a sudden the radar start going up again as these are the kind of states and these are the kind of races that put the senate in play. >> the white house, problematic ally? >> well, this is max baucus. it depends on who you ask. everyone has opinion about him. which is also why he saw such a reaction in washington. because he's been around so long that there's not many people that don't have an opinion about max baucus. it spans -- gwen: seven terms. >> obama may not have been able to get his health care law through him and then referred to the bill as a train wreck and would be problematic for consumers. >> so what happens without him? what about things like tax reform? what happens without a max baucus? >> and this -- we've had a lot of senate retirements in recent years and say i'm going to use my time left to do one thing. i'm very skeptical that they're able to get it done. most recently of someone li
votes cast on this one were from a democrat and a republican. senator max baucus in montana voted no, and everyone assumed he did so to protect himself in his reelection campaign next year, but he announced today he is want running for reelection. he knew that last week. senator baucus didn't wake up this morning and suddenly decide he wasn't running. that's not the way senators make the decision not to run, and that is not the way max baucus makes decisions. he is a careful, calculating and very, very slow decider. so when he cast that cowardly vote last week, he knew he wasn't running for reelection. and in the process, he betrayed the junior senator from montana, john tester, a democrat who cast the politically brave vote for a montana senator and voted yes. what john tester needed that day was political cover from max baucus, a little help. john tester needed to be able to say, when he went back to montana, hey, max voted for it, too. now, when senator tester goes back to montana, he's going to be challenged with, hey, baucus voted against it, why didn't you? the junior senator f
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about security at big events and gatherings. >> ifill: then, a powerful democrat, montana's max baucus, is the eighth senator to say he won't seek reelection next year. we look at why democrats are worried. >> woodruff: fred de sam lazaro reports on gender bias in india, where many parents still opt for baby boys over girls. >> the gap began to wideen in the '90s with new ultrasound machines that made it easy to learn a fetus's sex. this scans have led to the termination of millions of female pregnancies. >> ifill: and margaret warner talks with the author of a new book about shadow warfare waged by the c.i.a. and special forces. >> a week after 9/11 president bush gave the c.i.a. lethal authority to capture and kill al qaeda members so they become much more into the killing business and the military. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance t
have been stripped out. from arkansas and montana and harry reid knows they will not vote for these provisions. as dan said, if they vote for any condition goal package, will there be a backlash among the vote, even as we vote against even having a debate on the bill, they didn't want to bring it to the floor. >> two republicans-- two democrats, i believe, actually joined the filibuster. did they not? and-- >> yeah. >> this puts harry reid in an impossible position, doesn't it? or difficult for sure. >> he's got to be extremely uncomfortable, he has other business to take care of. for instance, the senator from montana is a max baucus, the finance chairman committee supposed to be taking care of tax reform and the biggest issue on the trouble and poor max baucus is saying, don't push this gun control debate at me. >> stuart: where does the president stand? does he win or lose out of the gun control, i'm going to call it a mess. >> he believes he can win and tag the republicans as the opponents of gun control and then he's going to try to convince the country to push them o
. and of great interest, that guy, nate montana, the son of joe, of course. he graduated from de la salle. he talks to our joe fonzi today about the experience. >> it's awesome to be local, come back here where my dad played. you've just gotta put your head down and try to make your own name. but it's like a blessing and a curse. but you just try to ignore the name, oh, that's joe montana's son. you just show them you're a different player than you're dad. >> you'd never know he was his son. doesn't look anything like him. wish him the best. that would be pretty cool, wouldn't it? make a name for himself, well, crime scene investigators in boston now have a mountain of evidence. but how do they determine which of the hundreds of images from the boston bombings contains the key to catching who did this? coming up on the 10:00 news, we break down the meticulous process forensic investigators are now performing. >>> and thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we are always here for you at and mobile ktvu. thanks so much more joining us! we'll see you at 10. i knew there were a lot o
of water. number two, the jazz were eliminated from the playoffs. go tell moe williams. >>> and joe montana's son nate was in santa santa clara day. he probably won't be drafted but wouldn't find playing in his father's shadow in the nfl. >> a blessing and a curse. you try to ignore the joe montana's son and go to work and show them. >> can you imagine? >> he looks like the bachelor look-alike. he is a great athlete though. >> thrrt. -- >> all right. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, david letterman is next.. wh selena gomez. our next newscast is tomorr 0. >>> we continue to follow the huge explosion of a fertilizer plant in texas. dozens killed, hundreds
williams. >>> and joe montana's son nate was in santa santa clara day. he probably won't be drafted but wouldn't find playing in his father's shadow in the nfl. >> a blessing and a curse. you try to ignore the joe montana's son and go to work ,,,,,,,, david letterman is next.. wh selena gomez. our next newscast is tomorr 0. >>> we continue to follow the huge explosion of a fertilizer plant in texas. dozens killed, hundreds more injured. it happened in the small town ,, [♪...] >> announcer: the following program is brought to you by nopalea, the anti-inflammatory wellness drink by trivita. stay tuned to learn how you can receive a 32-ounce bottle of nopalea free. >> a few months ago, i had a hard time walking this hill. but today, i'm doing it pain-free. do i have a secret? you bet. and that's why i'm here today to
side of the artistic or creative behavior. at the same time, montana wants their name out there. so, if you can't montana and say i'm getting 15 kids together to do graffiti art, can you give me some stuff? i need like a basic color palate. i don't see why they wouldn't give it to you whether your message is condoning graffiti or permitting it or not, you don't have to tell montana. so, if it is something you want to work with, i think you could get -- i think you could actually be quite successful getting quite a bit of paint and supplies. sea >> [speaker not understood]. >> certainly. certainly, and i feel the same way about cigarettes. >> thank you. all right. gen, do you have another question? >> yes, this is actually for enforcement and abatement. i have two similar questions actually from the same city so i'm kind of going to blend them together. they're interested in restitution cost formula to charge individuals caught tagging the restitution labor, materials, equipment, costs. so, i don't know if that could be split between -- pointing at you. abatement and enforcement. >>
francisco. >>> reportedly joe montana's son will work out with the 49ers later today and the team is holding local pro day at team headquarters in santa clara. nate montana will be there and he will play for pasadena city collage, montana and west virginia. that work out by the way starts at 10:00 a.m. >> 33... leaning closer to the rutgers... >> golden state warriors has one more game to break that 3 point record and he needs two more threes to set up a new single season record. allen has 69 pointers and in the 2005 season, curry has 28. we will be watching. >>> and sal is watching 880 and everything else. >> that's right, 880 northbound we have some sort of a problem and it's unclear what it is which caused flat tires and a couple of vehicles and a couple of chp officers said traffic is backed up for at least a mile and we will get to the bottom of what is happening at 580 soon. and 680 traffic does look good at the bottom of the hill. here is steve. >>> we have clear skies, breezy, blustery conditions some areas to the north and it will be sunny and breezy for many pushing for the mid-to-
football? >> absolutely. >> yes. it's a minute eye camp kind of thing. the name is montana. no. we'd love to see that. the >> good evening, a's have best record in the american league. now six wins have come courtesy of the houston astros on the wrong end of the broom this afternoon. cal women's basketball team coming off final four appearance tossing out the first pitch. a's jumped on bud norris in the first. josh redic doubled deep to right. a's on top eric soguard base hit driving home jed laurie giving up six runs in two third of -- two thirds of an inning. a's sweep astros again. >> offense is off the authorities at this point. running bases pretty fell. what are we? 12-14? hitting on all cylinders at this point. >> giants and brewers have garlic fridays we have waffle fries, third inning, homers for the second game, brew crew up 1-0. with st. louis, crawford just broke it up in the 6th. so nice come back in the works there. a win would give golden state a sixth playoff spot in the west. seth as a chance to break ray hallen's record of 269 set back in the 560 r5-06 season. >> we know
of montana said the bill should first go through his committee. >> i want to thank the senator from illinois, senator ben for his interest in his and his participation in this, his ability to explain it and the way that he is brought a lot of people along on helping out with this bill. he has been a great replacement and we made more progress than we ever had any of the 14 years of working on the bill are i thank him for that and his ability to explain things so clearly. i also want to thank senator lamar alexander, who helped us to change this bill in the last year from about an 80 page bill to an 11 page bill and made it states right. as senator durbin so eloquently explained, is state action by the state, this is just to clear up the quill case that made a little bit confusing about whether they could charge tax or not, and then challenge congress to fix the problem. the solution is that senator alexander came up with condensed the bill down considerably and i think made it a lot easier but it made it a states right issues of the states have to take some action. i thank senator heitkamp a
traded away joe montana less than a year before he won super bowl 1984. a documentary from espn films looking at the 1983 draft featuring that man, john elway. the documentary talks to elway's agent who says he had a discussion with the niners head coach, bill walsh. walsh apparently said he was interested in possibly trading for elway straight up for montana. elway and walsh did have a history. walsh recruited elway to play for him at stanford. but the trade never happened. and number 16, joe cool, went on to win a cool three more super bowls for the 49ers. after he heard this news, kind of funny here, montana tweeted, can't wait to watch that 30 for 30 when i get home. heard i was almost traded for elway. >>> the 49ers are hosting their own draft bash in downtown san jose tonight. the first round starts at 5:00. to celebrate, the team and bud light will host an outdoor block party in san pedro square. the free event will feature food, music and entertainment as well as special appearances by some 49er players and alumni. sour dough sam and the gold rush cheerleaders. the niners have
notes. giants lose again in san diego, 6-4. they have lost five in a row. quarterback nate montana, yes, montana, son of joe montana, will take part in the 49ers' three-day rookie mini camp coming up in may. he was not selected in the nfl draft this week. getting back to the whole m.j. wedding thing, i'm told his tastes are kind of expensive. if i was invited means i got to buy a gift. if y'all want to chip in i'll put your name on the card. >> not even worth it. let's not even go. >> thanks, scott. we'll be right back. we've made major advancements in reducing the incidents of broken bones in seniors. we've received recognition for getting hypertension under control for over 80% of our members. we've made significant advances in asthma, immunization and maternity care. and j.d. power and associates ranked us highest in member satisfaction among health plans in california. we're focusing on the big things so you can enjoy the little things. kaiser permanente. thrive. >>> president obama tried his hand at stand-up comedy this weekend in front of hundreds of journalists and celebrities. >
montana's he son is accepting rookie invitation and he will be at the camp. the quarterback recently attended the 49ers pro day and nate montana played college football for notre dame, montana and west virginia. >>> the tim tebow era is over and the team has announced they are letting him go. he did not get any playing time since they have three quarterbacks on the rost term. every nfl team will -- nfl team will have a chance to pick him up. he became wildly famous when he came up with a signature move, tebowing. >>> pam, i have not noticed you tweeted about that. >> yes you are, find us there. >> i have just tweeted about steve's weather because it is such a great forecast but traffic is not that good. this is northbound and there is a crash at mckees road and traffic is slowing down and this is a doesn't alternate. southbound sunole grade does look good and it does look good and there was an injury crash and we'll see how that affect is the southbound commute as you can see. let's go to steve. >>> we have clear skies, a little cool on the coast and a half moon bay, 47, inland it wi
: now, new developments in the upcoming battle for control of the senate. montana democrat max baucus surprised capitol hill today by announcing he will not seek reelection when his term ends next year. that makes him the eighth senator, and the sixth democrat, to step aside this year. the two republicans hold safe red seats in nebraska and georgia. and three of the democrats are from states president obama carried last fall. but the rest are toss-ups that may cost democrats control of the senate in 2014. plus, four more incumbent democrats-- from north carolina, arkansas, louisiana, and alaska-- are considered vulnerable. so, can one senator's decision change the political landscape? for that, we turn to stuart rothenberg of the rothenberg political report and amy walter of the cook political report. good to have you both here. what's your answer to the question, new >> i think it changes the map a little bit. there are four seats right off the top that republicans are very optimistic about. two open in south dakota and west virginia and then the two democratic senators from the sout
, the city of west and the great state of texas and the big sky of montana lost a special person. cody was the type of guy who would do anything for anybody at any time, no questions asked. he knew you could call him him for any -- call on him for any need. he was a dedicated firefighter and dedicated his time to other activities like the west volunteer fire department fundraiser and tractor pull. he really enjoyed his time doing that. and other organizations, as a member of the west 2305 and the president of the cottonwood water supply. a history behind how patty and cody met. he moved to west from the mountains of montana at the local koa. patty had given up on men, and she said -- i would marry me a montana mountain man. never did she dream it would happen. but one night she went to the local bar with her sister susan, and susan said, that guy at the bar is the one for you. that night, patty met her montana mountain man. cody was an amazing husband and patty loved cody with all her heart. cody was her best friend and they could talk about everything. they talked every night two hour
. i am concerned that not every state, including montana, would have an insurance marketplace established in time. the moneyow how requested would be used to ensure the marketplaces would be ready to go. the budget also requests $550 million for outreach and education for the health insurance marketplace is. for the marketplaces to work, people need to know about them. people need to know their options, how to enroll. i would also like to know -- i want these new marketplaces to be simple and successful. small businesses would be able to focus on job creation. plan movingow the forward. that better communicate the benefits of the affordable care act. i am concerned the lack of clear information as him into misconceptions and misinformation and people generally dislike what they don't understand. i hear from people on the ground the montana that they're law,sed about this worried about the impacts and how marketplaces will affect their families and businesses. especially from small businesses in montana. i reached out to someone who works in montana with the senate for real aff
to the comments of my good friend and colleague from montana. and first let me say that i'm sorry to learn of his decision to leave the senate, to retire from the senate, because i have enjoyed working with him over the years. but i do want to make several points. senator mike enzi of wyoming, who came to the senate the same year that i did, in 1997, has been talking about this bill for at least a decade. at least a decade. he has introduced it many times before. there has been ample opportunity for there to be consideration by the committee and the committee just chose not to consider his bill. this is not a new concept in any way. it has been talked about and debated at length over the past decade. moreover, i would note that the amendment that i have offered, along with my colleague from maine, does not in any way change the basic thrust of this legislation. in fact, both senator king and i are cosponsors of the underlying bill. if this bill were so problematic for retailers across the country, why would it have the support of so many retailers across the country? why would it have the support
of mine from the big sky state of montana, who comes from gun culture, like myself and senator toomey. and i'm like too yield to the senator from montana at this time. >> i'd like to thank the senator from west virginia, thank the senator from pennsylvania. and i'd like to rise and talk about the toomey manchin amendment, nothing this is not an end-all when it comes to violence in america. we've got to do some things that resolve around mental health, mental illness, how we treat that, how we move forward in ways that make sense for folks that believe strongly in a second amendment but also believe in how we make our communities safer. so whether it's the toomey-manchin amendment or some other amend that may come up during this debate or an amendment that deals with mental health and how we treat and it get professionals out there on the ground, this is a very important issue for folks in this country. second amendment is very important. now i'm going to give you a little background, which most of you know. i come from a farming background. my grandparents came to our farm a little ov
why did you vote in this reaction? he said montana but the reality is 70% of people in montana want background checks. ayotte uses similar examples. people want background checks. the reason why they vote that way is because lobbyists special interests and money. if they could pay a price for that, that would be awesome. now when we come back we'll talk about drones. there is really powerful testimony about the effect it is has in yemen as a guy who is educated in america loves america, you got to hear him out. that's next. rights but still support the drug war you must be high. >> "viewpoint" digs deep into the issues of the day. >> do you think that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on current tv. >> i think we have to examine the use of drones the united states is involved in, and there a
. there is a bigger system that's gathering itself across western montana. that is slowly going to spread eastward. it is falling as rain across central and eastern montana. just north of billings. but it is going to cool down as this storm continues to develop. and it does look like we will see more accumulating snow. especially northeastern montana into western north dakota. that's where we do have the winter storm warnings posted. winter weather advisories in purple there through central and northern minnesota, as well. you can see over the course of now till monday, we are looking at the chance of another 6 to 12 inches of snow in that area. winds will get gusty, as well. so we will have to deal with blowing snow, as well. in the northeast, though, things will clear out. we'll see some sunshine, temperatures in the 50s and 60s. warm across the southern half of the country. and that sticks around all weekend long. dallas should get up to 81 degrees on sunday. we will keep an eye out for some stronger storms across the southeast for the end of the weekend. alex? >> okay, dylan, thanks so much. >
's. nate montana on workout gary thoughts on nate joe montana when he's your dad that's tough stuff in this kid went to four colleges during his career but he wants to play. the odds are he's not going to be drafted. he finished up in a division 2 school. hey, he wants to play. started his senior year at west virginia. he went to work out today with the forty- niners. it was awesome i love the bay area. a group or my whole life. it's awesome to the local and to come back or my dad played. he does have to put your head down and just try to make your own name. it's a blessing and curse you know. he tried to ignore the name that's joe montana son. it's been great having him. he went through the process when he was here. it was obviously different then but he opened by i saw how cutthroat the business is so i know what to expect moving forward. when you go to foour four different colleges you keep trying. he was a backup at the law itselfde laselle. he wao know dame that's joe's out more modern. there's another story that his younger brother who is now a backup quarterback in washington
hannah. >> i told you i was hannah montana. >> my hannah banana? you're hannah montana. >> yeah. >> okay. you're the singer? okay. >> she's clearly -- >> she's crying -- >> she is hannah montana. her name is hannah. she is trying to convince her mother she is hannah montana. her mom is trying to tell her, no, you're my hannah banana. >> she goes on to say i don't want to deal with the paparazzi outside. >> got to love it. >> if you remember, there were a couple more -- >> the kid in the backseat of the car. >> backseat of the car. another older girl like this who was upset, throughout her wisdom teeth >> we got to get some of that stuff. >> i know, these are cute. >> men are more romantic than women. study out of the uk. ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusts of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, >>> this mo
, montana's max baucus, is the eighth senator to say he won't seek reelection next year. we look at why democrats are worried. >> woodruff: fred de sam lazaro reports on gender bias in india, where many parents still opt for baby boys over girls. >> the gap began to wideen in the '90s with new ultrasound machines that made it easy to learn a fetus's sex. this scans have led to the termination of millions of female pregnancies. >> ifill: and margaret warner talks with the author of a new book about shadow warfare waged by the c.i.a. and special forces. >> a week after 9/11 president bush gave the c.i.a. lethal authority to capture and kill al qaeda members so they become much more into the killing business and the military. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy, productive life. >> and with the ongoing support of these insti
. party leads in montana are looking to former democratic governor brian schweitzer as their best chance to holding on to baucus' seat. what do you think of this, howard dean? >> i predicted this a weeking on a "morning joe." here is the problem. baucus, i think is described as a centrist democrat which means he voted with the republicans on the important issues that we care about. and ed schweitzer is this populous guy and even though he is not that liberal he is a populace. each in montana the vote matters a lot. the last poll a couple of days showed bryan schweitzer with a 19-.lead in a primary over max baucus. a hill too high to climb. no amount of money is going to fix that kind of problem especially with a guy who has 100% rain recognition which is the former governor, brian schweitzer. >> move on to the general election. a problem that democrats face in states like montana. >> not like montana, joe. this one -- you know, brian schweitzer is 100% name recognition, left office with great numbers. i still think this is a democratic seat. i do worry about some of the other ones. michi
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